Finance & Insurance
FINA 3301: Corporate Finance
Lecture - 4 credits
- Designed to develop the skills needed to make and implement financial policy decisions in a global economy.
- Specific objectives include developing an understanding of financial analysis; company valuation; capital markets; cost of capital; capital asset pricing and risk management; short- and long-term financial policies; working capital management; multinational financial management; and special topics including lease financing, debt refunding, mergers and acquisitions, and bankruptcy and restructuring.
- Offers opportunities to consider many broader issues including the relevance of globalization; the world economy; technological advances; and legal, social, and ethical issues related to the practice of corporate finance.
- Stresses written and oral communication skills and teamwork.
- Uses cases and spreadsheets extensively.
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